News

  • SJU Announces Newest Cohort of McNulty Scholars

    Wednesday, September 14, 2016

    PHILADELPHIA (September 14, 2016) — Saint Joseph’s University and Anne Welsh McNulty awarded three women from the class of 2020 the John P. McNulty Scholarship for Excellence in Science and Math. Two of the scholars received four-year, full-tuition, merit-based scholarships and will take part in an intensive mentoring and research program. The remaining student serves as an associate, receiving a partial-tuition scholarship and opportunities for research and mentorship.

  • Campus and Magis

    Saint Joseph’s University Climbs in ‘U.S. News & World Report’ Rankings

    Tuesday, September 13, 2016

    Saint Joseph’s University has risen to a No. 11 ranking from No. 15 among 187 regional universities (North) in 'U.S. News & World Report’s' 2017 edition of Best Colleges.
  • Dyslexia

    SJU to Host 38th Annual Dyslexia and Learning Disabilities Conference

    Monday, September 12, 2016

    The PBIDA, in cooperation with Saint Joseph’s special education department, will hold its 38th annual conference, “Literacy and Learning Disabilities,” at SJU on Monday, Oct. 10.
  • Class of 2020 Hawk

    Enrollment Surge, Student Quality Mark Start of Academic Year at SJU

    Thursday, September 1, 2016

    Saint Joseph’s University began the 2016-17 academic year by welcoming the largest undergraduate enrollment in its history, including a freshman class of 1,283 that represents an 8.6 percent increase over 2015-16.
  • Morris Grants Fund Faculty Research

    Tuesday, August 30, 2016

    Ten faculty members representing disciplines from the College of Arts and Science and Haub School of Business have been announced as recipients of Michael J. Morris '56 Grants for Scholarly Research. The grants will allow these scholars to advance their research and scholarly pursuits this academic year.

    Thanks to a gift from Morris in 2011, SJU established the fund to bestow up to 10 grants each year in the amount of $1,200, awarded to faculty who have been active in research.

  • SJU’s Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter Earns Highest Honors

    Tuesday, August 30, 2016

    Saint Joseph’s chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS), the international business honor society, received Highest Honors on the organization’s 2015-2016 Collegiate Chapter Honor Roll. This recognition qualifies the chapter to be considered for the 2016 BGS Outstanding Chapter awards, previously known as the Gold, Silver and Bronze Chapter awards.
  • Jon Meacham

    Random House Executive Editor to deliver 2016 Carfagno Lecture

    Monday, August 29, 2016

    Random House executive editor and Pulitzer prize-winning author of "American Lion," Jon Meacham, will present the 2016 Carfagno Lecture Series on “Ethical Leadership in Faith, Politics and Business" this October.
  • Class of 2016 PSIP students.

    Class of 2020 PSIP Students to Learn and Serve in Philadelphia

    Thursday, August 11, 2016 Video

    Now in its tenth year, Saint Joseph’s Philadelphia Service Immersion Program (PSIP) invites first year students to move in to their dorms prior to the start of the fall semester and participate in four days of community service, intellectual discovery and urban exploration in a variety of communities across the city.
  • Huge Sculptures, Big Questions: New Art Featured at SJU Gallery

    Wednesday, August 10, 2016

    PHILADELPHIA (August 10, 2016) — Saint Joseph’s University Gallery will host a collection of sculptures by Philadelphia-based artist Myung Gyun You, titled “The Forest of History,” from Monday, August 15 through Sunday, September 25. The exhibition will feature five large-scale pieces that explore humanity and science.

  • Stephanie Tryce, Ph.D.

    Team USA and The Future of Women’s Soccer

    Monday, August 8, 2016

    The United States women’s soccer team arrived in Rio with two goals: to become the first team to win a World Cup and Olympics in back-to-back years, and to elevate professional women’s soccer. Just one year ago the team defeated Japan 5-2 in the 2015 FIFA World Cup – the most watched soccer game in U.S. history, with 25 million viewers. A media onslaught and a nationwide social media celebration followed, raising the question — could this be a turning point for women’s sports?